St Paul's Playhouse in Charters Towers will soon light up for a night of original live music, as the Festival of Small Halls returns to the region.
The festival features some of Australia's best folk and contemporary acoustic artists, taking them on a journey throughout regional Australia to perform at small halls in many rural communities.
This year's event will kick of at 6.30pm on October 22, and will feature performances from guest singers Darren Hanlon and Kelly Brouhaha.
Local artists will also be showcased on the night, with All Souls St Gabriels School student and rising country pop talent, Annabella Keough opening the evening.
Councillor Lohmann, whose portfolio includes community events, said the festival will provide an incredible opportunity for music lovers to enjoy a night of original music.
"We're excited to be able to offer the Festival of Small Halls again this year for the region," Cr Lohmann said.
"The night will be full of music and storytelling and will be a great night out.
"Because of the small hall format of the festival, it's a great way to really connect with the artists and be engaged with their music and their stories."
Hughenden and Clermont are among other regional communities included in the 2021 Festival of Small Halls tour.
For tickets and locations visit the Festival of Small Halls website.
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